Passing a driving license will become more expensive next year, the Central Office for Driving Licenses (CBR) has announced. The rates will rise by an average of 5 percent.
The practical exam for the passenger car will be 6 euros more expensive and will cost 108 euros in 2019. A health certificate will increase by 3 euros to 37.80 euros and theory examinations will be 1.5 euros more expensive. Next year, 33 euros must be paid for this.
The rates at CCV increase on average by 2 percent. In the case of receivables, the rates rise by an average of 4.1 percent.
The price increases are caused by, among other things, the new market-based collective agreement, the higher pension premium, the increased number of health assessments to be assessed and the inflation correction.
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